If you didn’t already know, a Swim Spa is a two-in-one swimming pool and hot tub, and it’s revolutionizing exercise and relaxation. Ranging in length between 12 and 19 feet, Swim Spas can be used by the whole family. Or, if you’d rather keep it to yourself, that’s okay too.
Swim Spas are endless pools that combine powerful jets with plenty of room so you can swim laps without actually swimming laps (AKA who needs to turn when you can swim in a forever-straight line?). Once you’ve beat your personal record, you can sit back and relax with hydrotherapy jets to massage your muscles after your workout. It’s the best of both worlds! But that’s not all you can do in a Swim Spa. Surprised? We’ve got news for you: the possibilities are endless. (Like your pool!)
1. Water Walking
You know, you don’t have to swim in your swim spa. With the jets on a low setting, your Hydropool swim spa becomes a water treadmill so you can walk with less impact, and slight resistance to strengthen your legs. Add water weights to your workout for an upper-body exercise while you walk.
2. Canoeing, Kayaking, or Paddle Boarding*
If you’re a big fan of row, row, rowing your boat, guess what! You can practice your kayaking and canoeing skills in your swim spa. Just grab a boat or board and an oar or two, adjust your speed, and get going! You’ll be a master in no-time.
*If Paddle Boarding is your go-to water activity, we suggest you remain seated; standing in your swim spa can be dangerous.
3. Body Surfing
Attach a rope or cord to connect your surf board to the front of your Hydropool swim spa, and hold on tight! Turn up the speed and watch your friends and family hang on for endless fun. You can also tie an inner tube or a knee board to your swim spa to brush up on your skills before showing off your mastered talents at your next lakeside retreat.
4. Strength and Resistance Training
Each Hydropool swim spa comes equipped with small attachments on both ends so you can connect bands, ropes, and cords for your various water activities and aerobic exercises. With the jets turned off and resistance bands attached, you can choose from a plethora of different workouts to help strengthen your arms and legs. Exercising in the water adds another level of resistance and ensures you’re getting both your strength and cardio workouts in. The buoyancy of the water also takes away a lot of the impact you would get in a regular workout, saving your knees in the long-run.
5. Lazy River Inner-Tubing
Just because you can exercise in a swim spa, doesn’t mean you have to. Hydropool’s self-cleaning swim spas create a circular jet cycle. You know what that means. Set yourself up in your favorite inner tube and let the jets push and pull you around your swim spa for a make-shift lazy river! Grab a book, set the jets to a slow speed, and relax as you float around your swim spa.
This is just the beginning! Hydropool swim spas are incredibly versatile when it comes to water activities; if you can think it, you can do it. For more information on Hydropool swim spas, go to our website: www.aquaquip.com/swimspas